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Old 02-28-2014, 08:13 AM   #3871
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Just ordered a set of M15 to put on my crf250l (or maybe my speed triple. Or both). I'll put a pic up when mounted
Nice website btw.
Thanks for your business and the feedback on the website!

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Hey sanjoh, you going to be back at the Frostproof Rally next month?
Yes, come on out.

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Old 02-28-2014, 08:32 AM   #3872
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Yes, come on out.
I'll see you there!

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Old 03-03-2014, 04:40 AM   #3873
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Just ordered a set of M15 to put on my crf250l (or maybe my speed triple. Or both). I'll put a pic up when mounted
Nice website btw.
Thanks for your business. Did you get them mounted up yet?
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Old 03-03-2014, 06:10 AM   #3874
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M15

Have not recieced them yet. Tracking says today or tommorow. Maybe this weekend.
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Old 03-03-2014, 04:28 PM   #3875
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So what can you tell us about the new S25 that'll be coming out? Do you have a date yet? Size? looks like the one Cyclops sells that is supposed to shine for more than 900 ft
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Old 03-04-2014, 07:03 PM   #3876
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Wink lights

Well I have had your lights for over a year now (2X M60) and love them. But last weekend I go to see them shine (pun intended) at the Sandblast rally. We had a delay and had the last stage at night and they were great, just needed to aim them a bit better. Now not sure on how fast I was going but fast enough to get the second fastest stage time, not tooting my horn here. I think with higher speeds I might want something with a bit more distance, whats this new light going to put out???
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Old 03-06-2014, 10:30 AM   #3877
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Sanjoh,

Liked your M60's with the rotary dimmer so much I've just ordered my 3rd set!

First set went on a WR250R about 4000 miles ago. That bike has seen lots of offroad action and lights are still going strong.

Second set went on my KLR650 about 3000 miles ago. That's my daily commuter and happy with them as well.

This new set will go on my R1150GS.

I know I should be running SPOTs and not FLOODS, but I usually run these at the lowest power setting in the day as Daytime Riding Lights. I like the High Beam Bypass to alert careless drivers. I have HID headlights so can only use my High Beam (and Aux's on HIGH) when there is no oncomming traffic anyways, so might as well light up the sides as well.

I get lots of comments on these lights and refer them to you. Hope the word of mouth makes a difference.

Keep up the good work.
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Old 03-06-2014, 12:26 PM   #3878
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Just ordered a set of M15s. Hoping they work well and are rugged. They are going on one of our trail bikes. If they work out well we have three other bikes needing lights.
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Old 03-11-2014, 07:11 AM   #3879
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Well I have had your lights for over a year now (2X M60) and love them. But last weekend I go to see them shine (pun intended) at the Sandblast rally. We had a delay and had the last stage at night and they were great, just needed to aim them a bit better. Now not sure on how fast I was going but fast enough to get the second fastest stage time, not tooting my horn here. I think with higher speeds I might want something with a bit more distance, whats this new light going to put out???
Congrats on the low time! The S25 will project further than the M60, more details coming.



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Sanjoh,

Liked your M60's with the rotary dimmer so much I've just ordered my 3rd set!

First set went on a WR250R about 4000 miles ago. That bike has seen lots of offroad action and lights are still going strong.

Second set went on my KLR650 about 3000 miles ago. That's my daily commuter and happy with them as well.

This new set will go on my R1150GS.

I know I should be running SPOTs and not FLOODS, but I usually run these at the lowest power setting in the day as Daytime Riding Lights. I like the High Beam Bypass to alert careless drivers. I have HID headlights so can only use my High Beam (and Aux's on HIGH) when there is no oncomming traffic anyways, so might as well light up the sides as well.

I get lots of comments on these lights and refer them to you. Hope the word of mouth makes a difference.

Keep up the good work.
Thanks for the feedback!

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Just ordered a set of M15s. Hoping they work well and are rugged. They are going on one of our trail bikes. If they work out well we have three other bikes needing lights.
The M15s should work great for you. And who can argue with a pair of 1100 lumen spots for less than $70 with a one year warranty
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Old 03-11-2014, 09:49 PM   #3880
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Does the lights come with a fuse holder or do i need to purchase one? also, if i buy the dimmer do i still need the switch? thanks debating on ordering a pair of m60s tomorrow for my 690 enduro.
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Old 03-12-2014, 06:54 AM   #3881
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Does the lights come with a fuse holder or do i need to purchase one? also, if i buy the dimmer do i still need the switch? thanks debating on ordering a pair of m60s tomorrow for my 690 enduro.

Fuse holder is not included. You can purchase one or use a fused switched circuit on your bike. If a dimmer is purchased with lights, they come plug n play (for switched, fused power), both dimmers have an off position so a switch is not necessary.
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Old 03-12-2014, 07:39 AM   #3882
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Old 03-12-2014, 10:28 AM   #3883
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Just ordered 2 m60s and a rotary dimmer, cant wait to do some trails at night to check these mofos out!
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Old 03-17-2014, 04:36 AM   #3884
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Just ordered 2 m60s and a rotary dimmer, cant wait to do some trails at night to check these mofos out!
Thanks for your business
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Old 03-17-2014, 09:01 AM   #3885
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Just ordered 2 m60s and a rotary dimmer, cant wait to do some trails at night to check these mofos out!
I've had my M60's on for several thousand miles now. They have been a great investment for my night rides. They are that good.
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